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Auricular
by Nux Vomica
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This is a re-imagining and reprocessing of Epiphany Part V released in December of 1992. The original 12 minute track has been time stretched close to 4x the original length. The result is waves of audio moments frozen in time, crystal waterfalls, layers of bells and a dense meditative icy sea. credits   released 04 April 2013  for the realization of this project Nux Vomica was Evan Sornstein, Alan Herrick and Jenny Liang Herrick 1992  Reprocessing by Alan Herrick 2013
Topics: ambient, experimental, music concrete, soundart, drone
Auricular
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for the realization of this project Nux Vomica was: Alan Herrick Jenny Liang Herrick Evan Sornstein Julia Wednesday
Topics: ambient, experimental, soundart, Auricular Records
Cratediggers
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originally released as a 3" CDr edition released 01 January 2008 Alan Herrick, Jenny Liang Herrick, Evan Sornstein
Topics: ambient, experimental, drone, soundart, auricular records nux vomica
Auricular
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Released in 1991 in a limited edition cassette only format. Now remastered and re-edited to return to an "as originally intended" state. Part 1: Recorded live in 1991 - This live improvised performance occurred at KFJC in Los Altos Hills CA on the Mr. Hate Show. The track had originally been broken into segments due to some extreme noise from station equipment during quiet spots and was the entire first side of a cassette only release in the early 90's. The original recording was...
Topics: auricular, nux vomica, ambient, dark ambient, drone, experimental, industrial, musique concrete,...
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Live performance from an improvisational performance live at 2434 21st Avenue, San Francisco, CA on October 23, 1993.  For the realization of this performance Nux Vomica was: Alan Herrick, Jenny Liang Herrick, Evan Sornstein, Drew Dobbs and Laurence Kopelovitch
Topics: ambient, experimental, noise, soundart
Auricular
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Originally released in 1991 as a limited edition cassette of 100 copies. Recording has been remastered from original tape. This served as an exploration into the waking dream state and focused on trance like sounds and environments along with frightening aural hallucinations. Spindal Alpha was one of the earliest Nux Vomica releases and represents a more "industrial" time period in their work, however the dreamlike ambience they have become known for is still underlying in much of the...
Topics: experimental, ambient, drone, soundart, noise, musique concrete, industrial
Auricular
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originally released in conjunction with Borft Records label in Sweden in 1993
Topics: ambient, experimental, industrial, noise, drone, soundart
Auricular
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Originally released in the early 90's as a Solstice gift to friends of the band. This release actually never made into the hands of many of the individuals it was intended for and probably only 10 copies were distributed. The master tape was lost for over 20 years but was recovered in 2013 and has been remastered.  Dark ambient with a sea of delicate found sounds. credits for the realization of this project Nux Vomica was:  Evan Sornstein - Alan Herrick - Jenny Liang Herrick
Topics: ambient, experimental, soundart, noise, musique concrete, found sounds